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    Quote Originally Posted by workingonit View Post
    Property insurance is a different issue. An insurer would not expect to receive an insurance fee for just the Corolla, and at the same time cover your collection for no addition fee.

    What are the holes in my theory? And I don't mean responses like '...there are no cars in Qld that are registerable...'
    Put your theory to the registration authorities and see what they say.......

    Other people could drive your vehicles so it's not just how many family members there are. The CPS scheme at least allows significantly reduced rego for limited use vehicles.

    The other option for your '20 Land Rovers' is to have one registration and move the plates to the vehicle you're using, someone up the road from me seems to do this !

    As for insurance - Years ago in the UK Norwich Union had a 'Rider Policy' for motorcycles. The rider was insured for any motorbike they owned.
    I regularly had between 2 & 6 bikes on this scheme.
    Then they stopped the policy, turned out that for every pound they took in payments they were paying out two pounds in claims !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tote View Post
    There's three drivers in our household and 5 fully registered vehicles, although the Defer is on primary producer rego which equates to a few hundred dollars saved. Our High water mark was three cars and two bikes for two people, but there's a Jeep CJ10 in the shed that might either go primary producers or club rego in the next few months.

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    You rich graziers should just pay full rego for all your vehicles - you can afford it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    You rich graziers should just pay full rego for all your vehicles - you can afford it.
    Are you suggesting only worm farmers should have farm rego?
    If you don't like trucks, stop buying stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    Are you suggesting only worm farmers should have farm rego?
    Sorry no following - worm farmers??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    Sorry no following - worm farmers??
    Worm Farms - Bunnings Australia
    For under two hundred bucks, anyone can be a primary producer.
    If you don't like trucks, stop buying stuff.
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    Years ago a mate of my brother's brought some my sibling's wine down to the old family house to be put in the cellar.

    This guy came from a wealthy NSW farming family and was driving the 'hand me down' Merc.

    After getting all the cases of wine out of the back seat and boot I noticed an old, but still packaged garden hose in the latter.

    'What's that for ?' I enquired.............. his response: 'So we can claim it as a fire fighting vehicle'.

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